Not much has changed since our previous update letting you know not to expect much out of potential winter weather tomorrow morning.
Flurries or light snow may fall between 7am and 1pm tomorrow. If anything falls, there will more than likely be no disruption to travel as roads will just be wet.
The National Weather Service is referring to this system as a “minor disturbance” that may produce a period of light snow or flurries between 7am and 10am.
Per the NWS:
Temperatures will be near freezing for most areas early Wednesday before rising above freezing by mid-morning. If light snow occurs, it could coat untreated surfaces.
The tweet below shows how the storm looked over the last 16 runs of the GFS model (it runs four times a day, so you’ll see how it looked for the last four days). It goes from a storm that could have brought a couple inches to our area, to flurries and maybe a dusting.
16 run GFS trend for tomorrow's "snowstorm" in the mid-Atlantic.
Nobody gets snow, just in time to torch most of the next few weeks 🔥🚫☃️ pic.twitter.com/ZhRSoX0MMu
— Eric Webb (@webberweather) December 7, 2021
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